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Ills Own Funeral Sermon.
Gcorgo Inwood, of 'No. 700 Union
street has written tha sermon which
will bo delivered at his own funeral.
Moreover, to maUo certain that this
sermon shall be fully understood, that
there may bo no faltering or hesitancy
over the blindly written words, ho has
caused his funeral production to bo
printed in large, bold type. Ono hun
dred copies were struck off. These aro
kept in a strong box away from the
light, only to be produced on the day of
the funeral. Having thus arranged for
the statements of fact and belief to bo
uttered, Mr. Inwood went a step fur
ther, and provided in his will, which
will be opened before tho funeral serv
ices, for a reader. Any person who is
a sectarian in belief is hopelessly dis
qualified. Tho heirs will fail of ful
fillment of tho conditions upon
which bequests aro predicated is
that if any member of any sect
enunciates tho words. This necessarily
bars out all clergymen. From this it
should not bo inferred that Mr. Inwood
has no religious belief. Of himself he
says: "I am a full believer in tho life
and doctrins of Jesus Christ, but I am
strictly non-sectarian." San Francisco
A Monitor Story.
Among tho passengers arriving aV
Southaupton on Saturday last, by
the steam ship Norman, who was a
monkey of largo size which came from
South Africa in charge of a passen
ger, by whom ho was found after the
late explosion at Johannesburg, seated
in the only room remaining intact of
what had before been a considerable
sized cottage. In tho room were also
discovered, two baby children, one of
whom had been killed, but tho other
was alive, and, it is said, in the arms
of the monkey, who was tenderly nurs
ing it The living child was adopted
by a re'sldent in Johannesburg, ljut the
monkey, who was noted on board for
his extreme fondness for children, was
a popular passenger by tho Union Com
pany's Mail steamer. Westminister
Dcnfness Can Not He Caret)
By local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eus
tachian Tube, When the tube Is In
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearing, and when, it Is en
tirely closed Deafness is the result, and
unless the Inflammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to Its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever; nine cases out of ten are caused
by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an In
flamed condition of the mucous sur
faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by Ca
tarrh) that cannjt bo cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists; 75c.
Hall's Family Fills, 25c
.JJetwecn Uostun Infant!.
Emerson (aged 6) "Havo you not
been charmed by tho accuracy of pro
portion in Gulliver's Travels?"
Winthrop (aged 7, with a superior
air) "Indeed, no. Those sharp sight
ed, diminutive individuals, the Lilipu-
tians; should htye bees
cover. microbes." Trutl
the first to dls-
It egeman'a Camphor Ice 'with Glycerine,
The orlglmil nml onl genuine. Cures Chapped Handi
and Face, Cold sores , &. C. Q. Clark CoN.lIa en.CU
A Ilecomlnjj Coiffure.
As for doing tho hair up, think over
all the styles of coiffures you ever saw,
and then in front of mirrors, by tho
aid of which you can see the front,
bask and both sides of the head, try
first one nnd then tho other style low,
high, wide, narrow, smooth bands,
crinkles, temple locks, middle part,
pompadour, figure eights, flat braids,
etc., etc. and when you have hit upon
the one that makes the head and face
conform most nearly to a graceful
ideal, adopt that for your distinctivo
stile and cling to it, though empires
My doctor said I would die. but Piso's
Cure for Consumption cured mo. Amos
Kelner, Cherry Valley, Ills., Nov. 23, "J5.
Tho smaller tho soul the bigger a dollar
The man who makes his own god always
bos a little one.
With a better understanding of tho
transient nature of tho many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasantofforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that bo many forms of
sickness aro not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with mllllonsof families, andis
everywhere ehteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneflelal
effects aro duo to the fact, that it is tho
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating tho
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you havo tho genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by tho Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and bold by
all reputable druggist.
If in tho enjoyment of good health,
and tho system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may bo commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
ono should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
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LINDSEY. OMAHA RUBBERS!
A. WOMAN'S SPITE.
Y WALTZ. Miss
Novillor Kato Nc
villo turned nt tho
sound of Roy Pal
mer's soft voice,
nnd without a word
laid her hand on
his arm. A mlnuto
later they had
joined tho dancers.
As they moved in
porfect step to tho
music Roy gently pressed tho girl's
hand. In allenco they finished their
dance, but as they paused near a win
dow tho young man bent his head with
a whispered "My darling!"
Kato blushed, but she lifted her cycB
to his with all her heart In them. There
was a flash of light in his dark eyes,
and his heart cxultlngly said "Wont"
Ho drew a long breath, ho was too
happy to speak. Tho sllenco was brok
en by Kate's partner, who camo to
claim her for tho next danco. Roy
watched her as sho moved away, his
lovo lighting his face, unconscious that
angry eyes wero watching him.
Just outsldo tho window sat a girl
with scowling brow and clenched
hands. Sho had heard that passlonato
whisper, and tho knowledge that tho
man sho ndorcd had given his love to
another roused in her tho wildest fury.
"Marry her; I should llko to sco you!"
she muttered. "If I am not to be your
wife, sho shall not .Ah, my dear sir, I
will wring your heart this night ay,
now! Mr. Palmer," she callod.
At the sound of his name Roy turned
and saw tho girl who had drawn aside
"Why, Miss Merrill, how can you re
sist that music?" he asked.
She stepped through tho low win
dow Into tho room.
"I am so tired," sho returned. "And
it is so dcllclously cool hero that I
stayed to rest myself."
She was mistress of all tho arts and
wiles of a finished woman of the world,
and she used her skill to keep him by
her side. Bright and witty, her com
ments upon things and people amused
Roy in spito of himself.
"Ah, thero goes Knte Neville!" sho
exclaimed, as Kate appeared. "How
beautiful she looks to-night! By tho
way, what Las becomo of Mr. Stanley,
who waB so attentive to her tho winter
Roy bit his lip, but, forcing down his
annoyance, ho said:
"I know Stanley very well, but I nev
er heard that."
"Did you spend tho winter in Men
tone two years ago?"
"I was abroad all of that winter, an
"I spent two months hero. I met
Miss Kato Neville everywhere, and Mr.
Stanley was her shadow, much to my
surprise, for I had credited him with
?'What do you mean?"
"Why, I was puzzled to know what
attraction such a girl could have for a
man so refined as Mr. Stanley."
Largo drops of perspiration stood
thickly on Roy's forehead, and his
hands were clenched as Cora went on:
"No one knew what tho trouble was.
H- left tho city suddenly and Miss Ne
ville was followed everywhere by an
other suitor. I think Stanley's with
drawal was a lesson to her, for she has
been more circumspect this winter. Ah,
hero comes my partner and I suppose
you aro delighted, for I fear I have
boyed you nearly to extinction."
-" 71th a gay little laugh Cora Merrill
ran off, fully conscious of tho anguish
sho left behind her.
Poor Roy fell straight into tho trap.
CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?
He never for a moment believed the girl
would maliciously deceive him and yet
It seemed Impossible that Kate, whom
he had believed to be almost porfect,
was deceitful, bold and coarse. As ho
entered the room he came face to face
with Mrs. Latimer, an old friend.
"Oh, Roy, you aro Just the one 1
want! You must go with us on our
yachting trip. I won't take a refusal.
I am disappointed that Mr. Stanley can
not join us, as he hoped to."
Here was an opening for him to es
cape meeting Kate.
Instantly he accepted tho invitation,
then said, somewhat abruptly:
"Mr. Stanley was at one time, I be
lieve, a great admirer of Miss Neville."
Mrs. Latimer appeared very much
"That was an unfortunate affair,
which I hoped was forgotten," she an
swered, and then passed on to another
Neither Kate nor Cora saw Roy again
Iiat evening. He went home and spent
vhe most miserable night of his life.
As the minutes passed and Roy did
not appear to claim tho remaining
dances she bad promised him, Kate's
heart grew heavier. With a supremo
effort she concealed her unhappiness;
with witty repartee and merry laugh
ter she hid on aching heart. But in the
privacy of her own room she gave way
to her grief.
"Oh, why did I let him look into my
eyes and read my secret?" she cried, In
an agony of shame. And the poor girl
burst into a passion ot tears.
A few days later she heard that Roy
had gone away for some time.
As the weeks glided away, if Kate's
.lovely fnco grow thinner and palor no
one suspected tho cause. I
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Tho season was drawing to a closo i
and Bho rejoiced at tho prospect ot
leaving a city whero Bho had suffered so
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entered, nnd in the moving mass ot hit
manlty sho failed to sco Roy Palmer,
whoso oyes never left her face.
Poor Roy! He had trained his heart
for weeks, nnd it roso in rebellion tho
moment ho saw tho girl. Ho Btarted
llko ono shot as he noticed a young
man push his wny to Kato's side.
It was Stanley. Ho bowed over
Kato's hand with a great emprosso
ment nnd sho welcomed him warmly.
With compressed lips Roy turned
away, sick at heart.
Later in tho evening ho met tSanloy
in tho dressing room. In somo wny
Kato's nnmo was Introduced, pnd Stan
ley spoko of her in terms of great admi
ration. "She ia an old acquaintance, Is sho
not?" Roy asked.
"No; qulto tho contrary. I havo only
known her a fow weeks."
"Do you mean to toll mo you wero not
acquainted with Miss Novlllo two
winters ago?" demanded Roy.
A crimson flush spread from Stan
ley's collar to tho roots of his hair.
"I expect you refer ro a distant rela
tive of this Miss Novllle. who was hor
two winters ago and who Is a very
different kind of a girl. Good night."
Stanley quickly disappeared, without
noticing how his information had af
Tho floor and celling seemed to meet
before tho eyes of that young man, and
the things in the room chased each
other in tho wildest way. Giving him
self a shako to restore his scattered
senseB, ho turned and went swiftly
downstairs. In a few minutes he was
"Miss Neville, this is our waltz!"
With a gasp Kato turned nt tho
sound of the volco that four weeks be
fore had addressed her in almost tho
same words. Tho suddenness of tho
attack was too much for her: unre
sisting she allowed him to lead her
to a small reception room.
He closed the door and then all tho
man's self-control forsook him.
"Oh, Kate, can you over forgivo mo?
Can I ever. make you love mo? Bellovo
me, I have been mad!"
Ho certainly gave her good causo to
think ho was still in that unhappy con
dition. Keeping her hands clasped in
his, he poured forth his Btory Inco
herently, perhaps, but it left no doubt
in Kate's mind of bis lovo for her. She
kept her face carefully averted.
"Ah, my darling, Is there nothing I
can do to win your forgiveness?"
"No," she answered, in a low tone.
"You forget I am a woman "
"Kate, do not break my heart!" ho
Interrupted, catching his breath des
perately. "And to a woman who loves there is
nothing to forgivo," she finished in a
whisper, hiding her face on his breast
ISullcled Better Than Tlioy Knew.
Tho truly gifted engineer alwayn
makes one part of his work fit Into
another, and no energy is over wasted.
A wealthy engineer who had set up a
very fine place in tho country, where ho
had carried out many pet constructive
projects, was visited thero by an old
Tho visitor had so much difficulty in
pushing open the front gate that ho
spoke about it to the proprietor.
"You ought to fix that gate," said tho
guest. "A man who has everything
'just so' should not havo a gate that is
hard to open."
"Ha!" exclaimed tho engineer, "you
don't understand my economy. That
gate communicates with tho water
works of the house, and every person
who comes through it pumps up four
gallons of water." Philadelphia In
quirer. Apolllnarls In the Senate.
A Washington correspondent has
been unkind enough to delvo into the
records of the United States Senate and
produce Its expenso account for apol
Unarls lemonade and mineral waters
during the summer months. Ho finds
that the sum of $1,728.G6 was spent for
this purpose in the month of July. It
each Senator drank his proportion tho
causo ot prohibition must have an over
whelming majority in this branch, of
congress. Milwaukee Sentinel.
The N'ecro Juentlon.
The negro problem will never bo
solved until tho color race Js placed
in a condition that will enable every
colored man to earn his own living.
Rev. P. A. Hubert.
ODDS AND ENDS.
The dynasty of the mikados of Japan
is the oldest in the world, being senti
mentally 2,556 nnd historically 1,600
For years past marriage in England
has been at a low ebb; the rate per
thousand diminished steadily, but ot
late the tide has turned and those who
feared the population waB diminishing
aro cheered. The excess of births over
deaths in three months has been 82,197.
Tho lnw respecting folding beds, as
recently handed down by a Maino
court, is caveat dormltor let the
sleeper be on his guard. In the case in
question tho folding bed folded and
caught a man. Tho seller ot tho bed
waa sued for $25,000 damages, but tha
decision was in every particular favor
able to the defendant. -
A proposal to exclude from tho army,
the legislature and municipal ofllce
all persons whose fathers and grand
fathers wero not citizens is before the
French chamber ot deputies. Tho rule
would have kept out Napoleon Bona
parte and Gambetta. A law admitting
only the children of French citizens to
the civil service Is also under consideration.
SERVING IN INDIA.
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Itudynrd Klpllnc on n Lieutenant' Pint
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lliu tubulin uiliu(, ui mu :tii!iu
shifted his world to India, whero ho
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iubivu tuiur luiiuumjos iu buuiikuud
new life from tho beginning, sayB tho
Century magazine, nut thero wero
horses In tho land ponies nt reaBonn
blo price; thero was polo for such as
could afford It; thero wero tho disrepu
table remnants ot a pack of hounds;
nnd there wero cricket nnd musketry
instruction nnd tho fitting up cf tho
new gymnasium, and Cottar worried
his wny along without too much do
Bpalr. It dawned on him thnt a regi
ment In India was nearer n chanco of
,actlvo servlco than ho had conceived,
and that n man might ns well study
IiIb profession. A major of tho now
school bncked this Idea with enthu
siasm (ho waB a black little man, full
of notions), and ho nnd Cottar accu
mulated a good library of military
works, and read and nrgucd and dis
puted far into tho night. But tho ad
jutant said tho old thing: "Get to
know your men, young 'un, nnd they'll
follow you anywhere Thnt's nil you
want know your men." Cottar
thought ho knew them fairly well at
cricket and tho regimental sports, but
ho never realized tho truo inwnrdnesB
of them until ho was Bent off with a
dotachment of twenty to Bit down In
n mud tort near n rushing river which
wns spanned by a bridge of boats.
When tho floods carte they went out
and hunted strny pontoons down tho
banks. Otherwise thero was nothing
to do, and tho men got drunk, gam
bled and quarreled. Thny wero n sick
ly crew, for a junior subaltern Is by
custom saddled with tho worst men.
Cottnr endured their rioting as long as
ho could, and then sent down country
for n dozen pnlrB of boxing gloves.
(Nothing In tho regulations forbids an
officer taking pnrt in healthy sports.)
"I wouldn't blamo you for flghtln,"
Bald he, "if you only know how to uso
your hands, but you don't. Take thoso
things nnd I'll show you." It wns
great sport, for he could pay back an
insubordinato young thief and teach
him something at tho same time, and
tho men appreciated his efforts. Now,
instead of swearing and blaspheming
at a comrade and threatening to shoot
him, they could tnko hinr npnrt nnd
soothe themselves to exhaustion. As
ono man explained, whom Cottar found
with a shut oyo and a diamond-shaped
mouth spitting tooth through an em
brasure: "Wo tried it with gloves, sir,
for twenty minutes, and that done us
no good, sir. Then wo took off tho
gloves and tried It that way for an
other twenty minutes, tamo as you
Bhowed us, sir, nn' that done ub n
world o' good. 'Twnsn't flghtln', sir;
thero was a bet on." Cottar dared not
lnugh, but ho Invited his men to other
sports, such as racing across country
In shirt and trousers after a trail of
torn paper, and to singlestick in the
evenings, till tho native population,
who had a lust for sport In every form,
wished to know whether tho white men
understood wrestling. They sent In an
ambassador, who took tho soldiers by
the neck and throw them about tho
dust, and tho entire command wero all
for this new game. They spent money
on learning new falls and holds, which
was better than buying beer nnd other
doubtful commodities, nnd the big
limbed peasantry grinned five deep
round tho tournaments. That dctach
jnent, who had gone up in bullock
cartB, returned to headquarters at an
average rate of thirty miles a day, fair
heel and toe; no sick, no prisoners nnd
no court-martials pending. They scat
tered themselves among their friends,
singing the praises ot their lieutenant,
and looking for causes of offense.
Her Hour of Defeat.
An amusing incident occurred at a
fashionable wedding In London. Ono
friend, who determined to save her
money and credit at the Bnmo time,
took a broken earring to a famous Jew
eler of Bond street and ordered tho lit
tle stone to be set as a scarf pin for tho
groom. As she sagely remarked: "It
does mo no good, nnd coming from such
a famous establishment they aro auro
to prize it and think I paid a lot of
money. When the packago was re
turned from the shop tho wedding
guest failed to examine her proposed
present, and merely dispatched it with
her card nnd compliments. Imagine
her disgust when Btrolling through
the rooms whero the bridal gifts were
displayed, to find a dozen people about
her offering, and each one smiling. For
a moment she hesitated, and then
pressed forward, and lo! there was the
precious white-satin covered box bear
ing the prized name, it is true, but alas!
below, "From repairing department,"
and even worse than all, resting on tho
blue cotton beside the pin, was an old
broken bit of earring returned by the
Grtet American Kicker.
The largest mule that ever walked on
American soil Jb now, or was recently,
the property of one Gcorgo H. Johnson,
a farmer living n few miles east of
Honey Grove, Texas. His muleshlp is
exactly 18 hands, or 6 feet 2 inches in
height, being cxactcly 7 inches
higher than the famous Los Pecos (Old
Mexico) mule, which was so widely ad
vertised in 1890-91 as being "tho most
gigantic specimen ot tho mule family
the world has ever known." The
Honey Grove mule is not slim and raw
boned, but Is built in proportion to his
height, weighing 1,619 pounds.
.Montter or Cruelty.
He On what grounds did Mrs, Hicks
get her divorce?
She Inhuman cruelty; ho Insisted on
living in Brooklyn.
Unit l'nre to Virginia nnd Carolina.
On May 5 homescckcrs' excursion
tickets will bo sold from all points in
tho West and Northwest over tho "lllg
Four Itouto" and Chosancako .t Ohio
Ry. to Virginia nmlNorth Carolina at
I nnn fnen fni- tlm WMttw1.ttt-h
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they have cheap farm lands, no bllz
yards, no cyclones, mild winters, never
falling crops, cheap transportation nnd
tho best markets. Send for free do
crlptlvo pamnhlot, excursion rates and
time folders." U. U Trultt, N. W. 1.
A., 231 Clark St, Chicago, ill.
I'nlr ami fruitful
As tho West In, It In often muliirlous. Hut It
In plc'tisiuit, to know thnt a competent Mifo-
giinrii in tho shape of llostottors Htomnch
HlttLTH I'.xIstR, which absolutely utilities tho
poison ot miasma. Western bound omt
Rrnntx should ucnr thU In mind Nor hniilrt
It lie fornotton, tho mucinl UHteilliiKium
oily for ityspopslit, tillllousni'sx, constipa
tion, kiduey unit nervous compliilnts and
'1 hero Is no nrlstocrncy so great ns that
In a Htt'.o town.
Tlie more one Piirlcer'a fJ Inner Tnnlo
tlio tmiru II kikhI uuiillllriirar 'rented in din, clllnii
roldi, IikIIkvMIuii. pains and uri'f jr kind ot noaku.si.
Tho most tlnlfthcd lltornry product hns
no chnrmfor tlio proof rentier.
AVnlUlnir w nnlil often tit it itlrniure
wero it not Tor thPCii m. Thcie poU tiro tonlly ro
moved nlthlllndcrcorns. Uj nldruwhtt.
Tho poorest cyclist often has the finest
erve Itraiorvr. NuKIUHlltrthunrnltln) uo.
lnri-loueurTH. Trt-ntlonndk.!li.illfltiWiYi ti
Ht ... btihdtoDr.KIIftr,MlAli.Lbl.1l'Mlu.,l-iu
Thoknlfo of tho gulllotlno is weighted
with 120 pounds ot load.
Thero is no totnptatlou Tor n man to
It the ltaby Is Cutting Tcotn.
Be sure and ue that old and f 11-trlod remedy, 1IA
WtMiLow'R BooTttixo Srttur for Children TotthinjJ-
Billiard tnblo, socond-hand, for solo
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jiiuo spots-" Ucau Actios"
aroall welt known offlcsh, bono, XT KlPniW 011
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The coming Artist who knows enough
to paint a popular subject.
You get 5H
for 10 cents. You only get 3 5 oz
of other brands of no better quality
for 10 cents In other words, if yp.u
buy "Battle Ax" you get 2 oz.
more of high grade tobacco for the,
same money Can you afford to
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unless you have "Money to Burn'
WALL PAPfcK l-KEE
Would be dcirer than AI.AI1ANTJXK.
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them, and any one can brush It on.
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to TUB iltt'HtU IN'
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of the '
is mftilo ty
nt this season
aro with un,
thero Is uotli
to put now
life into tlio
(iu ay tho dull
ness, lack of
p a 1 n , n s u
not braqa up.
It builis up.
Its benefit is
you feel run,
Bend for "Cureboofc." loo pages.
l'rcc. J. C. Ayer Co.,
Crick " " A BtltcU "
Twlt" 'A Jam"
'A Halt" "Itaw Snots"
oz. of "Battle Ax3
Wf m II
Positively Cared with Vcffctablo Iteincdle
Have cured thousands ot cuu, Cure nun pro.
nounced hopalo by but ph jrtlciana, roia Urt dun
symptom diapiari In ten day at least tWu-tldrdat
all ivmptom removed. Send for free boot, trettino
olaltof ml raculoa cures. Ten dar treatment irea
by mall. If yon onler trial send 10o In aUinp to par
pottage. !b. II, , Oitrx A 801. Atlanta, (la. U
;ou order trial ictura thU adtertlwrneet to us.
, Illustrated catalogue ebovrlns WELL
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Biht Fees. Uuto been tested and
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Mlnax city Iowa.
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Cleans and UauUrke th hair.
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